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    CUTLER, alias CARWITHAN, John (d.?1467), of Exeter, Devon.

    bear on him when, sometime before 1443, he was alleged by Richard Cremyll of Exeter to have accepted bribes for the release of debtors and, having made Cremyll himself ‘forsuer the towne of Excestre’, had told his wife that he

    STURT (STERTE), Peter, of Exeter, Devon.

    of the wills of Simon Grendon (d.c.1411), William Wilford* (d.1413) and Henry Mayhew; but the son-in-law of the last-named, William Cremyll, a servant ‘to the worthy Lorde Baron of Carrewe’ later sued Sturt’s own executors for mismanagement of the deceased’s

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